At 1/ST & Santa Anita Park, the health and safety of you, our guest, is our top priority.

COVID-19 Health & Safety Update

At 1/ST & Santa Anita Park, the health and safety of you, our guest, is our top priority.

Message from National HBPA CEO Eric Hamelback Regarding COVID-19 Guidelines

The public health threat presented by COVID-19, otherwise known as coronavirus, is impacting all of the United States. The equine industry is not immune and we all need to take the proactive steps for our agricultural industries to insure our own health and that of our industry.

Takamatsunomiya Kinen (G1) - Preview

This Sunday, March 29, Nagoya’s Chukyo Racecourse hosts the Takamatsunomiya Kinen, the second Grade 1 of the year and the first over turf. With measures still in effect to prevent the spread of the coronavirus, the 1,200-meter sprint will go down in history as the first Japan Racing Association top-level race to be run without spectators packing the stands.

Industry Guidelines For COVID-19

As we deal with the ongoing issues from the spread of the COVID-19 virus, Thoroughbred Breeders Australia has prepared some guidelines that may assist your planning and preparedness for an outbreak of the virus on your farm.

NZ trainers can continue to operate

New Zealand trainers will be able to continue to work their horses under government guidelines.

Lookin At Lucky’s Wells Bayou Wins Louisiana Derby

A year after son Country House won the Grade I Kentucky Derby, Wells Bayou (3c Lookin At Lucky x Whispering Angel, by Hard Spun) became another exciting Derby prospect for Lookin At Lucky when winning the Grade II Louisiana Derby and earning 100 points on the Road to the Kentucky Derby.

Coronavirus in France: FAQs updated 21 March 2020

Until further notice, all Trotting, Flat and Jump race meetings have been suspended from 17 March to 15 April 2020. We are fully aware of the economic impact of cancelling race meetings.